The Wilson MG2 Mouth guard, designed to minimise the risks of concussions and dental damage during intense sports activities. Crafted from high-quality, durable materials, this mouthguard ensures a comfortable and secure fit, allowing you to focus on your activities without any distractions.
The Wilson MG2 Mouth guard boasts a cutting-edge 2-layer construction that provides exceptional protection against impact and shock. The outer layer effectively disperses the force of impact, while the inner layer absorbs and cushions, minimising the risk of injuries to your teeth, gums, and jaws.
Perfect Fit for Adults and Youth:
Wilson understands that comfort and fit are paramount, which is why the MG2 Mouth guard comes in two sizes: adult and youth.
The adult size is suitable for individuals aged 10 and above, while the youth size caters to those 10 years of age and younger.
Size: Adult fits ages over 10 / Youth fits ages under 10
Customising the Mouth guard, Note! Boiling water can be dangerous!
Boil the water and let it stand for 30 sec. before immersing the adult guard in the water for 70 seconds. (30 seconds for Youth)
Take the guard out of the water with a spoon, shake water off, as soon as possible centre the guard on the upper teeth. (The guard should be warm)
When the upper teeth are centred bite gently together and suck/squeeze air and excess water off guard with your tongue. One may also use the fingers to squeeze the protector in place on the outside.
Leave the guard in the mouth for 30 seconds remove and place under running cold water.
If the fit is not perfect, repeat the process until it is optimal.
If guard is a little too large, you can cut some of the ends off with a knife.
Find products compatible with Wilson MG2 Mouth guard:
|Neo Pacheco (Elgin)
|Very comfortable and thick upper mouth guard.
|I. Anicete (Dublin)
|The description of the gum shield did not match what I received. The gum shield was far too thick to wear over night It was the most uncomfortable protection I have ever worn. I was left with aching gums the following morning and sores on the corners of my mouth.
|Helen Gartlan (Drumcondra)
Reply from SkatePro: We are very sorry to hear that the mouth guard didn't live up to you expectations. It is very normal to feel sore gums the first couple of times you use a new mouth guard, even when you are just using it for half an hour. If you plan to use the mouth guard for a dental purpose, we would recommend you to contact your dentist first. If you have any questions please contact our customer service on Email@Skatepro.uk